The personal project provides an excellent opportunity for students to produce a truly personal and often creative product and to demonstrate a consolidation of their learning in the Middle Years Programme.
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Grade 9 students are currently working on their Fine Motor Skills unit in which they design and create a toy, game, or puzzle which will stimulate and exercise the fine motor skills of the user.
Today, we're sharing what it's like to be in a CAS Club. Cross-legged and seated in a circle, we met with the students who help out in one of the school's most-loved, most-used spaces: the library.
Purchased through the Annual Fund, new books in the library help bridge the gap for readers taking the leap from picture books to picture-less novels
Now in her eighth year as a Pacific Assistance Dogs Society (PADS) handler, Grade 3 teacher Ms. Michelle Vally has helped to raise countless puppies and learned some important lessons along the way. What began as her own, independent service project evolved into a school-wide initiative.
The OE3 Program is designed for students to develop ecological intelligence, using a systems-based approach to learning. So how does our OE3 Coordinator make this happen?